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  1. 11 Gas Apps to Save on Fuel Cost

    11 Gas Apps to Save on Fuel Cost

    This week's Thrifty Thursday covers the cost savings of using a fuel saver or gas app on your phone. Whether it be a specific fuel saver, rewards credit card, or even an app on your phone, using some sort of application to save money on your daily commute definitely has its benefits. CreditSoup breaks it down for you here in our weekly Thrifty Thursday tip on saving money.

  2. Wash Your Car Yourself

    Wash Your Car Yourself

    Thrifty Thursday this week talks about washing your car yourself. Experts suggest washing your car every two weeks and getting a detail twice a year to make sure it stays in good condition. CreditSoup offers some tips to help keep your vehicle in pristine condition!

  3. Meal Plan

    Meal Plan

    Is it a constant struggle to decide what's for dinner? Our Thrifty Thursday tip this week is to Meal Plan. Planning out a week's worth of meals is an excellent way to save not only time, but money spent on groceries!

  4. Upcycle Your Closet

    Upcycle Your Closet

    This week's Thrifty Thursday saves you money by upcycling your own closet! Don't throw out those old clothes. Patch it, dye it, cut it, or give it to the dog! Considering the cost of clothes now days, whatever you choose to do with it will certainly help you save a TON of money in the long run!

  5. Repurposing Home Decor

    Repurposing Home Decor

    Are you eager to give your home a new look, but don't know what to do with your existing decor? Our Thrifty Thursday this week encourages you not to toss them out, but repurpose your home decor! Look for ways to upcycle them instead of throwing them out to buy new.

  6. Downsize & Declutter

    Downsize & Declutter

    Is your home cluttered? Do you have a lot of stuff... everywhere, that you no longer need? Maybe it's time to go Marie Kondo on it, and set it free if it does not bring you joy. But now what do you do with those things that do not bring you joy? Get rid of them of course! This week's Thrifty Thursday focuses on downsizing and decluttering.

  7. Check Out Books from the Library

    Check Out Books from the Library

    Are you a bookworm? Do you like to have that tangible, physical book in your hand, rather than the digital copy? Books take up a lot of space and can become an expensive addiction over the years. Consider checking books out at a library instead!

  8. Travel In Off-Peak Seasons

    Travel In Off-Peak Seasons

    Traveling during "off-peak seasons" is an opportunity to travel or vacation outside of the normal times of year that most people would visit a particular area. And, is an excellent way to remain thrifty and save some cash!

  9. Do All Your Errands in One Day

    Do All Your Errands in One Day

    CreditSoup's Thrifty Thursday tip this week is to save money by running all of your errands in one day. Not only will this alleviate extra trips to the store, you'll be saving gas money and preventing those impulse buys from extra trips! Schedule a day, map it out, and utilize online services.


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